SurfClear Surface Skimmer
The aquarium water surface may develop unsightly oil slicks due to fish waste, uneaten feeds and dirty air. Oil slicks reduce the amount of gas exchange at the water surface and the air above, which will reduce the amount of oxygen in the water. Oil slicks also cause reductions in light penetration into the water. The OF Surf Clear Aquatic Surface Skimmer can effectively remove any oil slicks and keep the water surface clean and clear.
Purchase Size: approx 4-8"
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The dwarf pea pufferfish, also known as the Malabar pufferfish, pea pufferfish or pygmy pufferfish, is a small, freshwater pufferfish endemic to Kerala and southern Karnataka in Southwest India. It is threatened by overfishing for the aquarium trade, and by habitat loss. Due to this, the specimens in the aquaria hobby are now tank bred in which they are now hardier. It is known for pufferfishes to be fed with hard-shelled food once every often. Contrary to popular beliefs, this is not the case for the Dwarf Pea Puffers. It is however, important to feed them a variety of nutritious food such as Mysis shrimp, Brine shrimp and Bloodworms.
Size: Approx. 0.5"
The Ruby Tetra, fairly uncommon in the aquarium hobby are a beautiful species of tetras. They thrive under fairly dim lighting and would appreciate thick vegetation and floating plants. The Ruby Tetra is a shoaling fish which particularly stands out in a planted aquarium. It typically inhibits the top and middle water column although it can often be seen swimming and feeding in the middle and bottom levels as well. It is a peaceful and small fish and is compatible with dwarf shrimps. Being a shoaling species, they must be kept in groups of up to 6 or more.
Size: Approx. 0.5"
The Adolfo's Corydoras is very rarely seen in the aquarium hobby. It is an attractive fish due to its orange-yellow colouration on its head that becomes more striking as it matures. The Adolfo's Corydoras is a social fishes that will school with the right amount of its own kind. It is perfect for community and planted aquariums. Like all catfishes, the Adolfo's Corydoras is a scavenger which means it inhibits and actively searches for food at the bottom level of the aquarium. It is important to take note that course substrate can damage its delicate barbels and underbelly. It would be best kept in an aquarium with fine and smooth gravel substrate or sand. It diet is undemanding, readily accepting most dry, frozen and live foods.
Size: Approx. 1"